TCU residence Halls create the communities in which students live, study and build friendships. No matter what residence hall you call home, you’ll love the close-knit community and sense of belonging at TCU.
All TCU residence halls except Colby Hall are co-ed. TCU residence halls are all very similar when it comes to room specifications, but each hall has some unique common area features. Most rooms are double occupancy, but there are triple occupancy rooms throughout campus. All halls have lounges for studying and socializing and all halls have laundry rooms.
All first year halls have community style restrooms, with the exception of Foster, Moncrief and Waits. These three halls have a mix of semi-private and community restrooms.
Select the hall below for more information including pictures, videos and descriptions. Please note, exact dimensions vary in every hall.
for information regarding the new Worth Hills halls opening Fall